DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 29, No. 146, May 27, 1938
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i Editorial Offices RI-4111 Sta 227 Night-PR. 4776 SOUTHERN DAILY iS&SS CALIFORNIA TROJAN United Press World Wide News Service • Z-42 Volume XXIX Los Angeles, California, Friday, May 27, 1938 Number 146 WCA roup ropped Faculty Committee Suspends Eight Campus Organizations The YWCA and seven other cam-us organizations were suspended esterday by the faculty committee failure to report on activities the years 1937 and 1938. The faculty committee yester-ay suspended eight campus org-|niza tions; approved applications f, a new social fraternity, new provisional society; refused admission two honoraries; and made plans r classification of all honoraries ^id professional societies in the university bulletin. fl'ST OTHER ORGANIZATIONS Other organizations included in he suspension were: Alpha Kappa ramma dental hvgeine; Delta Psi >ppa, women's physical education )rority: Oir.icron Kappa Upsilion. ■ntistrv fraternity; Socia! Science fub; Skull and Scales, law organ-ation; Upsilon Alpha, dentistry; id Theta Delta Phi, men's Univer-ty College service organization. Dr Louis Wann. chairman of the iculty commuter .said the organ-itions may be considered for restatement in the fall by present- the U.S.C. campus yesterday after g their reports for 1937-38 to the noon with acceptance of its peti immittee and by making a new >plication. Applications were approved for •o new campus organizations, taking and Finance association, a Sessional organization with Harry (Jordan as its faculty sponsor, and Rubber Workers Riot; Guardsmen To Be Summoned AKRON. O., May 27—<U.P)—Police Chief Rae Williams at 2:05 a.m. today requested National Guard help in quelling a riot at the Goodyear Tire and Rubber company plant. He told Sheriff Walter O'Neill that “we cannot handle this situation.’’ Police fired both short and long range tear gas guns and swung elute in a fruitless effort to establish order. Two police cruisers were smashed during the melee and window, were broken in store fronts opposite the manufactory along t half mile of fighting. Police said that several thousand United rubber workers members and sympathizers were massed before the plant. Several policemen were injured by rocks thrown by pickets. Several others were reported struck. Phi Nu Delta Reorganized Fraternity Returns To U.S.C. Campus . On Probation Senior Ticket Sale Ends Reservations May Be Made Today Al Bookstore Senior students who expect to attend the 14 separate events which have been scheduled for Senior week are warned by Jaye Brower, class president, that today is the last day to purchase tickets. Brower declared that the tickets may be reserved by making a deposit and also that a limited number of sen- j ior announcements are available at the bookstore. The week's activities will begin' with baccalaureate services in the I coliseum Sunday afternoon and end a week later with a formal dinner-dance to be held in the blue room of the Biltmore hotel. TROCADERO ORCHESTRA Arthur Crippen and his 12-piece orchestra, featured by the Troc-adero cafe for the past two years, has been selected to play at the formal affair, which will take place amid gala decorations of U.S.C. colors. Plans for such other events as the Senior swing, annual sport dance Pilot Mexican Banquet To Honor Secedes Scholarship Students San Luis Potosi Resumes Sovereignly By Manifesto * Phi Nu Delta, reorganized local which 1£ scheduled for Monday eve social fraternity, was returned to Nu ning, are rapidly nearing comple-! tion. Scene of the swing will be . , I the Los Angeles Breakfast club; tion by the faculty committee on tentative pians include a 10-piece student oi ganizations. orchestra and a broadcast of the The fraternity is the second old- program over a Los Angeles sta-est in the university, having been tion. organized in 1902 It suspended BAKBECUE IS SCHEDULED voluntarily during the war, when many of its members were in the Ron Cooley, Alpha Phi Omega plecgemaster, has been selected as chauffeur of the one-horsepower vohicle to be used in collecting the salvage materials contributed to the rervice group's Junk day drive. Junk Drive Begins Tomorrow Prizes Will Be Given To Organizations Collecting Most Junk LOREDO. Texfls, May 26 — <l’.P>— The legislature of the state of San Luis Potosi, by a manifesto written in the manner of articles of confederation, seceded from the capital government of Mexico on May 15, information reaching this Mexican border city revealed tonight. The manifesto proposed that the Junta, after the overthrow of the Cardenas regime, name a provisional president until the next regular I election. It contained 11 articles, ! setting forth in part. 1. The free and sovereign state of I San Luis Potosi resumes its sovereignity and disowns the central nesday’s contest, government presided over by President Lazaro Cardenas; 2. The status to be in effect until the complete re-establishment of constitutional order; Alpha Gamma Delta Wins Wampus Cup Aspirant Zela Tau Alpha Loses Contest by Margin Of Eighl Sales Matching copy for copy the work of the energetic salesgirls of Seta Tau Alpha, three Alpha Gamma Delta pledges cinched the award of the Wampus cup. annual award to the winner of the Wampus sales contest, for their sorority in Wed- The pledges, Marjorie Herren, j Betty Jean Ross, and Floydine | Lloyd, sold a total of 202 copies of the Wampus’ May-June issue during the contest last Wednesday, i 3. The free and sovereign state wnile Zeta Tau Alpha accounted for of San Luis Potosi assumes the re- the saies of 194 copies, eight less sponsibility of the moment and than the sales of the winners. i takes unto itself the national rep- Th extended thejr former nar-resentation and declares that it rQW Jead Qf H tQ ^ Cfpies : represents the legitimate Mexican oyer ZTA-S sales Kappa Delta win_ I institutions; ner of last year.s award placed 4. The legal movement will ob- third, ahead of Alpha Chi Omega, I serve the general constitution of fourth. I the republic; bottles. g Defense of the movement will Calls for any old rags, _______ and papers will herald the annal made jjy force of arms if nec- A barbecue and an outing at the Delta, a local social frs- and ^ ln ,933 owi„8 „ UplU.er's club will highlight Joe sponsored by Dr. Francis ity icon. -etiiions of the University Peace ion. and Tau Sigma Gamma. latopraphy sorority, were not Clayson proved as the committee believes is no justification for their -stence. the economic recession at the time. College day on Tuesday afternoon Presentation of the senior play. Phi Nu Delta returns with a mem- -school foi Scandal,” is set for bership of 19. headed by Stuart Wednesday, president; John Mobus. of the first all-U Junk day as mem bers of Alpha Phi Omega, sophomore service honorary, trot the traditional horse and buggy up and down University avenue this morning. The Junk day drive planned to A senior awards assembly in Bo- raise money lor the construction of vard auditorium. Ivy day ceremon- the proposed new Religious Center essary; 6. The army defending the movement will be established under the law and will be known as the Mexican constitutional army; 7. General Saturnino Cedillo is Sales Manager George Cook expressed thanks to all participants as well as to the presidents and pledge captains of the 13 houses that participated during the year. “The help and cooperation we have received from U.S.C.’s sor-1 orities this year in putting over , . the sales contest has been inval-appointed commander in chief ol e w ^ magazlne lhUi vear. the army; 8. Fifteen days will be given for We appreciate it greatly and look Maurice Atkinson, U.S*C. de-< bater, will seek the Democratic nomination for candidacy in the 70th assembly district race in August. Atkinson* will run on a "liberal v radical" program. Atkinson Will Seek Office Trojan Debater Seeks Position In Stale Assembly -ASSIFICATION AUTHORIZED 'ie commit lee also authorized a issification of recognized campus lizations as published in the diversity Bulletin. Before all were »d as honorary or professional letici In the new classification appear in the fall issue of the 'letin definite classes will be made all the organization-: The committee specified a probationary period of two vears, before the end of which time the fraternity must become national. Its decision to reinstate Phi Nu Delta is subject to approval of the president of the university. forward to another successful con- ies in Old College, a tea reception building will conclude tomorrow the other legislatures, governments ^ ^ thg f&u „ stated ^ at the home of Dr. Rufus B. von when university maintenance trucks of other states and the congress of vice-president; Jack Ward, secretary; and LeRoy Miller, secretary. There are more than 250 local alumni of the organization. Three o group is entitled to publicity present members of the U.S.C. fac-the Daily Trojan or any other tilty are alumni: Dr lication of the university unless Johnstone, head of the botany de-y are officially recognized in the partment; Dr. Laird Stabler.dean of KleinSmid, and a roller skating party in the evening will keep graduating seniors busy on Thursday. . The Foyer of Town ancf Gown will be the scene of the annual alumni luncheon Saturday, at which time the seniors will be feted. - the union to recognize this move-all committee members ment. Those who do not recognize WampUS Staff their money and tags | jt will be declared traitors to the country; To Meet Today Will turn i net later than noon today to Dean Baron’s office, requested Zechmeister late yesterday. 9. When the movement triumphs, j the combined legislators of the Honorary Fraternities To Initiate Five hundred Trojan scholars elected to 32 scholastic societies during the past academic year trill be honored at a semi-formal dinner at 7:30 tonight in the Foyer of Town and Gown. Highlight of the dinner will be an address bv Dr. Walter H. Dexter. superintt-. ler*. of public instruction in Calilbrnif. on "The Validity of the Democratic Ideal in Eduction.” Dr. Dexter, a former president of Whittier college, i* active in civic afafirs. MACKENZIE TO SING Dr. Rufus B. von KleinSmid, who has named today the sixth annual Scholarship day, win act as master of ceremonies for the program. Tan-r dy MacKenzie, Scotch-American tenor, will be -^y?d in a voca^ solo. Announcement came from the president’s office y^terday that, henceforth, the Friday before Baccalaureate will be added to the uni-| versity calendar as Scholarship day. HONORARIES TO INITIATE 0 Thi* afternoon, two honorary scholastic fraternities will conduct their initiations. Phi Beta Kappa will initiate its members-elect in , the Foyer of Town and Gown at 5 o’clock, and Phi Kam>a Phi's cere* mony will follow at <ro'clock in the art and lecture room of Doheny library. 0 Phi Beta Kappa members an3 relatives of personal friends of the initiates will be admitted to the former ceremony. Students of the university may attend tl^e laitrr Maurice Atkinson, winner of the recent Bowen cup tournament and event. a member of the class of ’38 grad- PRESIDENT’S STATEMENjJ, uating next Week, will throw his Referring to the addition hat into the political ring during Scholarship day to the calenci. the August primaries, when he will Dr. Rufus B. von KleinSmid has i Future contributors to Wampus, seek the Democratic nomination the fololwing statement. ^ I TJJie life force of an insfatutic Football Men George r y0 ge Measured --states which support this legal move campus humor magazine, will be f0r state assemblyman of the 70th of jngher learning is to be found in gather all the salvagable material wm designate a provisional presi-, interviewed today at 10 a.m by district the achievements of its scholars I that has been collectcd by the vari- dent. to finish the term of Lazardo Bu^ Colegrove, editor-elect in the interested in Whlle it is ti e that scholarship is ous organizations participating in Cardenas, after which a regular editorial office, 430 Student Union. ( its own reward, it seems fitting that | the campaign. presidential election will be held; j In the first meeting of the staff local and national politics for the Qne day shon]d ^ ^ aside ^ Prizes such as purchase orders 10. After promulgation of this de- for the September issue, Editor past six years, and during the last Scholarship day in order that r*c- and boxes of candy have been of- cree, the legalistic movement will Colegrove will outline his plans for tWo presidential and congressional ognition may be given to the co..i- The following men are to report fered as awards to the organizations no longer recognize taxes levied by j the fall and make tentative choices elections he campaign for Demo. ♦1, O H 1 * tth , following men aie to ep selling the most tags and collecting the “anti-constitutional regime’ of for the new staff. cratic nominees throughout t.- Iversity bulletin. In some cases e c °° 0 ,ia 1 ’ ‘ t0 tlie vars‘t> ounge at . the largest amount of material by General Cardenas; Officials of the Wampus will be stafe :re a notice is necessary to call w,n F Franke, head of he do n- afternoon to be measured for f t- j stllripnt TTnjnn hookstore Sil- 11 The commander-in-chief of chosen according to present plans leeting special permission will be town legal aid clinic. President of nted by contacting Dr. Wann. the fraternity alumni is Richard of the faculty committee Kirtland. Los Angeles atorney. New members of Phi Nu Delta student organizations A Loan Policy n City Utilities ill Be Clarified ball equipment: William Anderson Alex Atanasoff. Richard Berryman. William Coleman, Oliver Day. Roy Engle. Robert Fisher. William Fisk. Olen Galvin. Phillip Gaspar. the Student Union bookstore. Sil- 11. The commander-in-chief j verwoods, company. Organizations mon aim that draws together the i..e individuals of the several scholarship organizations of the university. That aim is the furthering of and the Brown Drug the Mexican constitutional army of the editor by submitting manu- *n 1!^5 the orator worked in the intellectual and cultural life of will be empowered to dispose of scripts for publication, the best department of Agriculture office at the student, of the university? and contributing ma- funds found in public offices. In Ray George. Ray Halvorsen. Robert Hoff- terial are requested to notify Dean case these funds are insufficient are Thane A. Kuhlman, Ba\ City, man John jetsc james Jones. Granville Bacon’s office today where the ma- j for war expenses, he is authorized positions on the magazine. MANY ARE HONORED Mich.; Bob Hensey, Santa Paula; James Segar. Pasadena; Arthur Keller. Glendale; Charles Aydelotte. Ljs Angeles; Robert Garrett, Centerville, Iowa; Whitney Towers. Los Angeles. Thomas Tanner, Riverside; Stanley Johnson, La Habra; Robert Landsdell. Don McNeil. Boyd Morgan. . . Dennis Noor. Angelo Peccianti. Lyman j terial Will be for collection Russell. William Sangster. Ambrose Schindler. Joseph Shell. nyside; Stuart Clayson. Corona: Angus Scott. Los Angeles; LeRoy Miller. Riversiffe; and John Mobus. met for a half hour today with members of his reorganized militarist cabinet and asked that they pursue a firm policy toward China. ARRINGTON. May 26 — (L.P'— Early pasacjena; Basil Hendrickson. 1 Basabe Majority Leader Alben W. ipasadena; Harold W. McDonald. «y, D.. Ky.. today snnounced Portales New Mexico; Bruce Cart-he will issue a statement set- wri ht ^ Jolla; Jess w Tarwa_ forth the administration's pol- ^ Angeles; Jack Ward< Sun_ in connection with an amend-t. to the recovcry-relief bill pro-mg PWA loans for construction mnic.pal power plants to com- pasadpna with private utilities, was indicated that the state-t. which Barkley said is au-ized by President Roosevelt. reiterate the administration's ;y of fair dealing between gov-lent and private utility pro- Aeneas Hall . It will point out. however, that New Dra; does not desire to be following men were chosen Memb?rs of the School of Social pered by legislation in its deal- by Aeneas hall residents at a re- Work are requested by their presi-with the private companies. cem smoker to serve as officers dent. Evan James, to get their in-rk ley's announcement came af- next semester: president. Sam Sch- vita tions to the school's senior re- | to contract loans, either voluntary Faculty members are also asked or forced. When the movement James siatter. Harry smith. Ralph to contact the counselor’s office triumphs the value of such loans Stanley. Howard stoecker. John Thomas- ar-J jeave their addresses for col- will be restituted, mi Sow. Ja^Ban^'^^n.1^ lections which will be made of' Berryman. Bol» Beeson. Don Doyle. Ed ; campUS ^' Houses that have gone 100 per Senjor Breakfast Robertson. F. Phillips. Morrell. S. Men’t. cent in the purchase Of tags nOW story winning one of the better ■ Washington and served his appren- j the community.” ticeship under Congressman Byron N. Scott. A year earlier he was I presented the Long Beach “merit- j Scholarship organizations honored ious citizen” award for public serv- by the program of Scholarship day ice. | are the following: Alpha Kappa Delts, sociology; Pi include: Delta Delta Delta. Delta |s Sunday Morning Chi. Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Al- ■ ' 57 Trojans To See Cinema Today “Magnificent Revelation” —latest, longest, and best product of the department of cinematography—will be shown free of charge to students “I am a liberal radical,” asserted Atkinson, when questioned about his political beliefs, “that is. I intend to follow the New Deal policies, but I believe that several effective changes can be made.” KONOYE PLANS CHINA POLICY pha Theta Phi Kappa Tau> Phi | The traditional senior breakfast today in Touchstone theatre during TOKYO. Friday. May 27 —(l'.P)— Beta Pi. Alpha Gamma, Chi Phi. of the School of International Re- assembly period. Premier Prince Fumimaro Konoye Pj Kappa Alpha. Kappa Delta, and lations will be given Sunday, May j starring Dorothy Dahl and Jer- i Kappa Lambda, music; Beta Alpha Psi, accounting; Pi Lambda Theta. education; Beta Gamma Sigma, commerce; Pi Sigma Alpha, political science; Beta Pi, all-engineering; Phi Chi. psychology; Black-The orator is particularly inter- stonian, pre-legal; Rho Chi, pi; phar-i fleer- ested in legislation connected with macy; Chi Epsilon, c;vil engif I civil liberties, taxation, and control ing; Sigma Delta Pi. . Danish; Del- and U.S.C. Organizations the women s halls. Zechmeister asks committee members who have been selected to ride on the wagon to meet on Bovard field at 9 o’clock this morning.' men s residence 29 at 10 o’clock. Installation of of- 1 ome George, with Louis Tarleton, ficers will take place. Those taking Don Bartelli. Aileen Dallwig, Will- office are Philip Buskirk, president; Wendell Schaeffer, vice-president; and Leah McDaniel, secretary-treasurer. Social Workers El Rodeo Debuts Midst Oh s and 'AhY By Richard Fish Leaping over the bounds of yesteryear’s mediocrity onto a day of turbulent jtnate de- wartz; jice-president, Bill Warden; j ception to be held next Friday eve- the green fields Of yearbook near supremacy, the 1938 model ning in Bowen hall. of E1 R0(jeo debuted on campus yesterday to me^i; the ap- In keeping with tradition, seniors proval of 1500 claimants. of the oil properties. As yet he ta Phi Alpha. German; Sigma has not been able to decide on a Gamma Epsilon, geology, petroleum platform, but he has definite opin- engineering; Delta Phi Delta, fin^ ions on the vital questions of the arts; Epsilon Phi. English; Tau Sig- day. ! ma Delta, architecture: Eta Kappa .. . _____„ . or, Nu, electrical engineering; Honor- While at school Atkinson has been , ’ , . , . . T ’ “ .. . . ..___ary Music club, music; Iota Sigma by Miss Dahl. Jerome George is the | one of the outstanding members of R chemistnr. ^ppa Zeta) prP. college boy who recognizes her pos- the varsity debate team chairman medical; 0r er of the Coif Uw sibilities, while Louis Carleton takes of the Peace league, and has held the role of a typical B.M.O.C. a number of campus positions. iam Baker, and Richard Glyer in the supporting cast, the story concerns campus life and the development of a young country girl, played in which he threatened to secretary, Ed Guerin. Saturday and Memorial day After the business meeting, ama-ns to force a quick vote on teur movies were shown. Guild Members Examination Schedule THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Los Angeles, California Second Semester, 1937^38 _ , _ Schedule of Final Examinations — University Park Classes will appear at the reception, which | From Bridge hall stairways, Old College hallways, and Re^Mnc rom the Office f the resident Guild members who aie good swimmers and interested in obtaining work in a forthcoming motion picture .'.re asked to report to John Berger Sunday morning at the Hermosa pier at 8:30 o'clock. , is semi-formal, in caps and gowns. green campus parkways emanated They are entitled to three invita- purrs 0f satisfaction as Trojans ap- tions. whereas other members of pr0vingly “oh'd” and “ah’d” when the school w ill get one. they^ came upon Photographer Mi- This will be the last social affair dori's fine photo-montages and Edi- of the school year. tor Ternstrom's novel innovations. Tdu Sigma Gamma j 10:25 M.W.F. Mrs. Frances Richardson, head of that is U.S.C.’s first challenge in kthe research department at 20th a long time to wrest the coast year- The book is much better than last I 3:30 T.Th vear.. - • 10:25 T.Th.......... „ - 11:25 M.W.F.----- Betty Bell, 41 3:30 M.W.F.___— “I think the book is swell. The 21:25 T.Th. personalities section was well done. 8;qq gat _________ For at long last imagination and ' i liked the idea of not listing the 10;00 Sat. ingenuity have come to El Rodeo, student’s activities in the graduat- 2:30 M.W.F. and the result is a notable book ing senior section.” Henry Lietze, '39 “Nice issue. Cover and appearance better than last year.- Panels Examination Day KMOMnatt°n Haor _________________.Thursday, June 2--------- 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 _____________________Thursday, June 2-----------10:15 A.M. to 12:15 _____________«.____Thursday. June 2-------- 1:30 PM. to 3:30 ___________________Friday. June 3________— 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 ..................................Friday, June 3------------10:15 A.M. to 12:15 _____________________Friday, June 3.........1:30 P.M. to 3:30 _____________________________.Saturday, June 4---------- 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 ______________________________.Saturday, June 4.-------10:15 A.M. to 12:15 _____________ ________i<*...Monday, June 6---------8:00A.M.to 10:00 1:30 T.Th. ..._--------------------------.Monday, June 6------------- 2:30 T.Th...................................-Monday, June 6----------- 1:30 P.M. to 3:30 8:00 M.W.F. ___________________________.Tuesday, June 7----------8:00 A.M.to 10:00 1:30 M.W.F----------------------------Tuesday, June 7...........„..10:15 A.M. to 12:15 8:00 T.Th_______________________________Tuesday, June 7.---------- 1:30 PAI. to 3:30 life force of an institution of Phi Iola Alpha learning is to be iound in: achievements of its scholars. Members of Phi Iota Alpha, in- Century-Fox studio, will speak to book supremacy from such peren . it \ true that scholarship is ternational social fraternity, will members of the Tau Sigma Gamma nially fine books as Stanford’s ; excellent.” 9:00 M.W.F. .............. ___Wednesday, June 8________ 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 i-n reward, it seems fitting that meet in the Student Union social fit 7:30 o'clock tonight in the wo- Quad or U.C.L.A.’s Southern Cam- Josephine Nelson, graduate student g;oo T.Th.......................................Wednesday,'June 8....._... 1:30 P.M. to 3:30 dav should be set aside as hall Monday evening at 7:30. Plans men's lounge of the Student Union pus. | “Photography very good. Written Examinations will be held in the rooms in which the classes recite. » arshiu day in order that rec- for a farewell banquet for depart- Biggest contribution to 1938 El matter not so good. Athletic section Examinations for all late afternoon and evening classes <4:30 P.M. or on may be given to the com- ing seniors will be discussed. , Women's Dormitory Rodeo's success is the camera work too large.” after) will be held one week after the day and hour of the last reguar aim that draw's together the . j I of Midori whose magic lens seems duels of the several scholar- Phi Delta Kappa Officers for the first semester j to invest the commonplace student niza ions of the university. < (19C8-39) were elected by women at]with a glamour and importance, aim is the furthering of the Alpha Epsilon chapter of Lhe Phi Elisabeth von KleinSmid hall this -tual and cultural life of Uie Delta Kappa fraternity will hold a week at a special house meeting. . t of the university, and of joint initiation ceremony with the These new officers include: Eve- Phi Alpha Theta, history; P!i Beta Kappa. College of Letters. Arts, and Sciences; Phi Chi Phi. religion; hi Delta Kappa, education; hi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary; Phi Kappa Phi, all-university; Phi Lambo Uosilon, chemistry; Phi Sigma, botany, zoology; PI Delta Phi, French; Pi Epsilon Theta, philosophy. Mill Norine Vigne, ’il recitation in the course. “El Rodeo is perfect. Best one Classes whose first meeting each week has been M., W., I've seen. Photography and typo- mmunity. Alpha Omicron chapter of the lyn Greathouse, reelected as presi- UFUS B. VON KLEINSMID. Claremont college, Saturday eve- dent; Jean Ha\good, vice-president: President, ning. The event will take place at Elisabeth Herd, secretary; and j the University Methodist church, j Rosemary Sturgis, treasurer. or F. will %be examined at the same time as M.W.F. classes. _ . ... . . , , nipocpd« Classes whose first meeting in each week has been T. or Th. will be Typical student comment on the graphy excellent I m wejl pleased. examined at thg ^ Ume ag T T^ classes. book: , Donald Bo sma, ^ course is exempt from the final examination unless the instructor Mary Alice Haime. ’41 I “Photography is arranged in no- Pas secured special approval by the Curriculum Committee in advance. “I think it’s grand. The photo- vel and unusual way. The only bad undergraduate student is allowed to omit any final examination and graphy is especially marvelous.” feature is the leg protruding from n0 undergraduate student, unless in his last semester for graduation in ...... «____im tV»n r\rr.Vioc_ ▼.__.11.___j a.__a. _ finol ovaminoHo.n 'T’V* *■» Margaret Conway, ’40 j behind the base viola in the orches- June, is allowed to anticipate any final examination. “The photography is outstanding, tra picture. Cover excellent.’ 1 not authorized to make such adjustments. ARCUS CANDID CAMERAS 'B’Mk PERSONAL EXPERT INSTRUCTIONS WITH EVERY CAMERA • HEADQUARTERS chwabacherFrey WY.MA.lfell
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 29, No. 146, May 27, 1938|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 29, No. 146, May 27, 1938.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
RI-4111 Sta 227
World Wide News Service • Z-42
Los Angeles, California, Friday, May 27, 1938
Faculty Committee Suspends Eight Campus Organizations
The YWCA and seven other cam-us organizations were suspended esterday by the faculty committee failure to report on activities the years 1937 and 1938.
The faculty committee yester-ay suspended eight campus org-|niza tions; approved applications f, a new social fraternity, new provisional society; refused admission two honoraries; and made plans r classification of all honoraries ^id professional societies in the university bulletin.
fl'ST OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
Other organizations included in he suspension were: Alpha Kappa ramma dental hvgeine; Delta Psi >ppa, women's physical education )rority: Oir.icron Kappa Upsilion.
■ntistrv fraternity; Socia! Science fub; Skull and Scales, law organ-ation; Upsilon Alpha, dentistry; id Theta Delta Phi, men's Univer-ty College service organization.
Dr Louis Wann. chairman of the iculty commuter .said the organ-itions may be considered for restatement in the fall by present- the U.S.C. campus yesterday after g their reports for 1937-38 to the noon with acceptance of its peti immittee and by making a new >plication.
Applications were approved for •o new campus organizations, taking and Finance association, a Sessional organization with Harry (Jordan as its faculty sponsor, and
Rubber Workers Riot; Guardsmen To Be Summoned
AKRON. O., May 27—